Roundup: Adacsi, Datalogic, Smart Technologies, Crystalis Consulting

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Adacsi, the Buenos Aires chapter of the Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA), is hosting on July 14 a presentation regarding the legal aspects of cloud computing, Adacsi said in a statement.

The presentation will address the legal aspects of new technologies, the defense of data privacy, intellectual property, corresponding jurisdictions in case of litigation and contracts with cloud service providers.

The topics will be addressed by Horacio Granero, attorney from Universidad Católica Argentina's school of law and political science. Granero is a senior partner of law firm Granero Abogados and specializes in the legal aspects of new technologies.

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Barcode readers and scanners manufacturer Datalogic Scanning will present its applications and barcode readers for POS in Peru's market.

In an alliance with local IT wholesaler Codbar, Datalogic Scanning will host an event aimed at the entire network of channels and resellers specialized in this kind of technology equipment.

The event will include a presentation on the latest trends in POS equipment in Latin America, led by David Gutiérrez, Datalogic Scanning business manager for Latin America and the Caribbean.

The event will be held at Lima's chamber of commerce on July 16.


Collaboration tools provider Smart Technologies (Nasdaq: SMT) has appointed Alejandro Gutiérrez as director for the Mercosur region, including Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Uruguay and Paraguay, the company said in a statement.

Gutiérrez will be responsible for extending the reach of Smart products in the education and business sectors in the region. The executive will also be in charge of bringing support to resellers.

With more than 12 years of experience, he has previously worked for companies such as Argentine consultancy Exponencial, voice and hosting company Vocari, and TNT Latin America.

Gutiérrez reports to Luis Ortiz, director for Latin America and the Caribbean.


Argentine bakery Panificadora Balcarce has chosen Spanish IT firm Crystalis Consulting to add new SAP solutions, Crystalis said in a statement.

The bakery contracted the SAP ERP management, financial and logistic modules for its facilities in San Martín.

The implementation will take about three months.